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The story of our migration is ongoing. Feeling inspired? Share your #Panel61

In the final, 60th panel of The Migration Series, Jacob Lawrence leaves us with the words “And the migrants kept coming.” Today, more than 70 years later, Lawrence’s epic narrative continues to have powerful reverberations.

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The painting that I have made is a painting of Tupac. Tupac is one of the most inspiring rappers of all time. In his lyrics, he usually raps about life struggles and how he is gonna make the world a better place. The quote I picked is not from one of his songs but from an interview in 1994 when Tupac states this: “I’m not saying I’m gonna change the world but, I guarantee you that I will spark the brain that will change the world.” This quote is saying that Tupac will change the world by influencing others to change the world. To change the world means to make it a better place where everyone can get together and be peaceful. Tupac was one of the people who was fighting for rights. His mother was in the Black Panther group and so was his dad. This influenced him even more to make a change.

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